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Old 2 Apr 2022, 08:22 (Ref:4105134)   #31
mite5255
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mite5255 should be qualifying in the top 10 on the grid
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We were fitting straight line shifters to FJ Holdens in the 1960's because no one wanted a H pattern floor shift and now some people want to go back to that? Seriously?

Had an Impala inline shifter on my FC in the early 70s, it destroyed a few gear boxes
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Old 2 Apr 2022, 12:49 (Ref:4105157)   #32
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Casper should be qualifying in the top 5 on the gridCasper should be qualifying in the top 5 on the grid
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Had an Impala inline shifter on my FC in the early 70s, it destroyed a few gear boxes
I can't recall any destroyed gearboxes but it is a long time ago. My point is why do people want to live in the past, I lived it and no thanks.
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